An experienced fire fighter is badly injured and spends almost a year recovering at home. Now he returns to work, but is he as emotionally and physically sound as he thinks he is?
Set in Goa, Smoke explores the dark web of drugs, mafia, and power. With the cartels at war, who will survive?
The first how-to show to focus exclusively on smoking. From hot smoking and smoke-roasting to cold-smoking and smoking with hay, Raichlen shows you how to get creative with smoked food.
The Smoke House is a UK TV show that uses drastic effects to help the parents of 6 British kids to kick the habit of smoking.
Smoke and Mirrors is an Irish comedy cabaret television show airing on RTÉ Two each Monday night at 22:00. Launched on 1 December 2008, it is presented by the stand-up comedian Andrew Maxwell. RTÉ describes the series as "an eclectic mix of stand-up comedy and vaudeville acts". The series draws on Maxwell's live stage show, titled The Fullmooners. Alongside Maxwell's stand-up there are performances by a number of his stage show regulars such as Lady Carol of the Moontacula, described as "a jazzy blues queen who sings rock covers while playing a ukulele". As well as this spectacle there are also breakdancers and other non-Maxwellian stand-up comedians such as Britain's Adam Bloom, Craig Campbell, and Glenn Wool and Australia's Steve Hughes. The series is produced by Happy Endings Productions, the company behind The Panel.
An action-packed story of five friends that join to form a crack team of police commandos tackling criminal activities as vigilantes in Quetta, Pakistan.
In the wake of a mysterious and shocking murder, three unique people - an Assistant Chief of Police, a reporter, and a teenage girl - are supernaturally empowered to fight for the city's poorest and most racially diverse neighborhood.